Friday, May 1, 2009

Remove Line in Word Document

To remove this “line,” select the paragraph above it and remove all the borders from it as follows: In Word 2003 and earlier, go to the Format Borders and Shading dialog, and click the preset picture for “None.” Alternatively, click the down arrow beside the Borders button on the Formatting or Tables and Borders toolbar and choose the last (No Border) option in the palette. In Word 2007, on the Home tab, locate the Paragraph group. The bottom right button is the Borders button; click the arrow beside it and select No Border. In any version, you can simply click in the offending paragraph and press Ctrl+Q, which resets the paragraph formatting to the default for the style (which doesn’t include borders). This, however, will remove any other direct paragraph formatting as well as the border. ! Big thanks to:

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